Make the Web a Better Place (and Bring Your Dog to Work) With a Job at Moz
Moz offers unwavering, effective opportunities for rank-checking, SEO, and Twitter analytics to improve online visibility at a price that’s affordable for all. This medium-sized technology company wants to ensure marketers can find the people who will be interested in their products, services, or messages—and are ultimately hoping to help improve digital marketing.
“The future of Moz is really about being a leader in influence marketing. And a big component of that is helping people to understand how to do marketing in the best way. In a transparent and ethical way. In a helpful way. In a way that isn’t terribly interruptive,” shares Karen Semyan, Director of Product Planning. “We just want to do it right.”
In the spirit of doing it right, core values are critical at Moz. Everyone on the team strives to be transparent, authentic, generous, fun, empathetic, and exceptional—often referred to as TAGFEE. “Everyone here is really earnest in everything they do,” shares Dan Lecocq, Technical Lead Engineer. Additionally, it’s important that Moz has a culture employees enjoy being a part of. “We have a lot of fun here at Moz, inside and outside of the office. We work pretty hard, but we play pretty hard, too,” says Demitri Swan, DevOps Engineer. With weekly beer nights, an in-office ping pong table, and the ability to bring well-mannered dogs into the Portland or Seattle office, we can see how that is true.
Even if the Pacific Northwest isn’t for you, that’s okay, because this company loves hiring remote employees—entrusting them to work on their own, but always making sure they feel like part of the team.
So if you want to make the web a better place and believe you can be your best TAGFEE self, this might just be the place for you.
Check out Moz’s offices, then go get your next job.
About The Author
Abby is a reporting and evaluation manager at an employee wellness company in Washington, DC. In addition to calculating the health risks for different companies, she also manages and contributes articles to her local gym’s blog. When she’s not crunching numbers or posting content, you can find her taking selfies with her cat (Mildred Meow Meow), hunting down the perfect café, or zipping through the city on her new bike, named Libby. Say hi on Twitter.